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Old 12-03-2007, 08:22 PM   #1
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Doors Off Footpegs................

what do you think? I was bored this weekend! Scooby



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Old 12-03-2007, 08:26 PM   #2
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pretty cool Very good job designing it.

I wish i could drive w/ my doors off now but its currently like 2x degrees F

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sweet. i'd buy a set.
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Old 12-03-2007, 09:28 PM   #7
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whats the cost??? or better if you could get us a write-up?
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That looks really good, Scooby!
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Sharpen the ends so you can do a James Bond and cut through someones door when you get close next to them
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I hope you don't wheel with your foot out the door.
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I hope you don't wheel with your foot out the door.
Only when the doors are off, it's way too cold now!
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Old 12-04-2007, 10:26 AM   #12
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Old 12-04-2007, 11:43 AM   #14
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i al-most sure that a after market companty makes a set of pegs that are like a spike but i dont remember where i saw them does anybody has the link?
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Thats the Harley footpeg that odhinn and me are rocking. We just haven't got off our lazy butts to put them on.


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Old 12-04-2007, 01:04 PM   #16
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i al-most sure that a after market companty makes a set of pegs that are like a spike but i dont remember where i saw them does anybody has the link?
These are what I have, I thought I ordered them fm allthingsjeep.com, but couldn't find them on that site, so I guess not!

http://jeepegs.com/jeepegs.html
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Old 12-04-2007, 03:24 PM   #17
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my gfs dad runs harley steps on his.. i just bought me a set from dpg tho.. i like them
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I could never have these because I need both feet when Im drivin/wheelin mine.
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I could never have these because I need both feet when Im drivin/wheelin mine.
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in my opinion these things are useless. i have an auto tranny, but i always drive with the left foot on the brake and the right foot on the gas.
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Haha, oh. Well I was reffering to the fact that I have a stick but I still think they are usless as well.
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i've gotta stick but when i hit the long open stretches i love bein able to throw a leg out. right now i just put my foot down on the step bar but these look sweet. not to mention your passenger doesnt need his/her foot for you to drive. great idea and engineering man
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Old 12-04-2007, 09:36 PM   #22
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i've gotta stick but when i hit the long open stretches i love bein able to throw a leg out. right now i just put my foot down on the step bar but these look sweet. not to mention your passenger doesnt need his/her foot for you to drive. great idea and engineering man
X2 I like drivin with my foot on my nerf bar on the highway with the doors off.
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Those are pretty cool but I would hate to be driving around with my shorts on and a bee fly up in that nice big air pocket I was cooling my nards with.

....that could bee devastating.
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Those are pretty cool but I would hate to be driving around with my shorts on and a bee fly up in that nice big air pocket I was cooling my nards with.

....that could bee devastating.
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Ba dum tshhhhh... Thank you, thank you... I'll bee here... indefinitely.
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Thanks for the warning..

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I will spare you the comments from my wife, who when she sees some kid zipping down the highway with a foot outside the jeep… well lets just say it is less a less than kind evaluation of said driver.

Hey sell them with a razor knife too, a kit if you will, so the buyer can make the perfect tri-fecta, cut the sensors for the airbag, slice the seatbelts off, and can let his legs protrude from the jeep at the same time!!

He will look really cool!!! (of course looks are deceiving)

The best part is when the ambulance gets there, they can take everything from the knee down to the hospital in a zip-loc bag.

Of course none of us would ever get in an accident.
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he never said he was selling them.
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